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NBA Insider K.C. Johnson with the latest on Jimmy Butler's future, how NBA fans should remember Jerry Krause, and how he got his big break at the Chicago Tribune.

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics

[News] Rajon Rondo out for Chicago Bulls in Game 5, Series Return Remains a Possibility | Kevin Garnett Explains Inspirational Voicemail He Left for Boston Celtics | Powered by CLNS Radio

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics

In this Roundtable episode, Evan Valenti along with Matt and Jon Ignal go over the adjustments, the key players, and biggest storylines behind the Celtics tying the Playoff series at 2 games apiece. Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable and rate, review, and subscribe to the Boston Celtics Newsfeed!

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics
Tuesday, 25 April 2017 03:48

Hamidou Diallo to Test NBA Waters

In this Game Theory podcast, Sam Vecenie chats with Ricky O'Donnell of SB Nation about the NBA playoffs. They start with the Bulls, their point guard issues, how the front office essentially gave away three rotation pieces for nothing, Fred Hoiberg hitting #PEAKCAUCASITY, and if they can win this series. Then, they move on briefly to talk about Utah and the Clippers, and how disjointed this series has been due to injury. Next, they chat about Milwaukee and Toronto, particularly spending some time on Thon Maker and how he's been able to make an impact so early in his NBA career. Then theymove on to John Wall's dominant play, and how he's probably been the best player so far in the playoffs not named LeBron James. Finally, they chat about Paul George and what they think happens with him and the Pacers this offseason. Then, to cap things off, we chat about Hamidou Diallo, an elite Kentucky freshman that has declared for the draft despite never playing a game for the Wildcats.  Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast. You can follow Ricky over at @SBN_Ricky on Twitter, and follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie.

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Boston Celtics def. Chicago Bulls 104-95

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics

In this Roundtable Fan Night segment, David Davis (@_Throwbackkk) joins Jonathan Levy, Matt Ignal, and Jon Ignal to examine the mental and tactical adjustments the Celtics made in Game 3. Sweet victory! Subscribe to the Boston Celtics Newsfeed and follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics
Saturday, 22 April 2017 05:05

Celtics Beat w/ Mike Gorman 4/23/17

206: Mike Gorman | Chicago Bulls v Boston Celtics | Game 4 ECQF NBA Playoffs Pre-Game
Published in Celtics Beat

In this Game Theory episode, Sam chats with Jared Dubin about what they've seen thus far in the NBA playoffs. The first half of the podcast is devoted to what's going on with Boston. How are the Bulls doing this? What problems do the Celtics currently have? Can they be fixed? And most importantly, did they make a mistake not pushing in at the trade deadline (Sam argues resoundingly that they did not)?  Then, they chat about Russell Westbrook's performance on Wednesday night, and how to assess such a monstrous yet problematic player. Then they chat briefly about a few other series, as well as discuss the Big Bowl of Chili explanation in a Texas court of law that has taken the country by storm.  You can follow Jared over at @JADubin5 on Twitter, as well as follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the show!

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics

[News] Brad Stevens Reportedly Considering Lineup Adjustments for Boston Celtics in Game 3 Against Chicago Bulls | Chemistry an Unforeseen Issue for Celtics This Series | Powered by CLNS Radio

Published in NBA - Boston Celtics

Raptors 905 def. Maine Red Claws 103-88

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